No Holiday Hiring for Walmart, Just More Hours for Its Workers

The holidays are right around the corner, but Walmart won't be hiring for help. The retailer plans to meet its need for extra work during the holiday shopping season by giving existing employees more hours, according to a release from ...

Charles Butt Donates $100,000 to Prairie View A&M University Students Affected By Hurricane Harvey

Charles Butt, H-E-B Chairman and CEO, today announced a personal, $100,000 contribution to Prairie View A&M students affected by Hurricane Harvey.

How the Equifax Data Breach Happened: What We Know Now

Hackers were able to access personal data of 143 million Equifax customers. How did it happen? Much is still unknown. But it came down to a flaw in a tool designed to build web applications, the company said in a ...

5 Photos Shot On the iPhone 8 Plus

Travel photographer Austin Mann was taking a wide shot on his new iPhone 8 Plus last week when he noticed a young boy peeking his head out of a train window. He changed the device's feature to Portrait Mode and ...

Lyft's Redesigned Street Concept Could Fix L.A. Traffic

Want your city to fix its traffic issues? It should start by narrowing streets and planting trees where cars currently drive. A new partnership with Lyft and transportation experts highlights the overlooked secrets of good urban design -- and the ...

Rolling Stone Magazine Up for Sale

It's the end of an era. The iconic Rolling Stone magazine is up for sale. The magazine's founder Jann Wenner and his son Gus Wenner announced the sale on Sunday.

Businesses Donate Over $157 Million to Harvey Relief Efforts

Corporate giants are making big contributions to disaster relief organizations to help victims of Tropical Storm Harvey. The storm is expected to leave behind billions of dollars in damages.

Starbucks Just Named Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror Rosalind Brewer as Its New Chief Operating Officer

Starbucks just named Alpha Kappa Alpha soror Rosalind Brewer, the former president and CEO of Sam’s Club and one of the most prominent Black women business leaders in America, its new chief operating officer and group president, giving her the ...

SBA to Open Business Recovery Centers in Beaumont and Missouri City to Help Businesses Impacted by Hurricane Harvey

The U.S. Small Business Administration and the Texas Gulf Coast Small Business Development Center Network today announced the opening of SBA Business Recovery Centers in Beaumont and Missouri City on Friday, Sept. 15 to provide a wide range of services ...

Wells Fargo Mobilizes to Help Customers Impacted by Hurricane Harvey

Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) today announced additional payment and fee relief for customers impacted by Hurricane Harvey. It also announced the deployment of its Mobile Response Unit to provide disaster recovery assistance to customers across Texas.

SBA Disaster News - SBA Tops $100 Million in Disaster Assistance Loans to Businesses and Residents Impacted by Hurricane Harvey

Acting Regional Administrator Dorothy Overal of the U.S. Small Business Administration announced today that SBA has approved $103,866,200 in federal disaster loans for Texas businesses and residents impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

The Galleria Announces Signature New Restaurants and Retailers

Simon, a global leader in premier shopping, dining and entertainment destinations, today announced a number of retailer additions and renovations at The Galleria, all of which demonstrate the property’s evolution in response to shoppers’ changing preferences. As the real estate ...

Exclusive Furniture Hits The Ground In The Wake Of Harvey

For many Houstonians, Hurricane Harvey meant two things: before the storm and after the storm. After a few hours of wondering when the storm would actually hit, the city became battered with heavy rains for six consecutive days, resulting in ...

Charles Butt Donates $5 Million to J.J. Watt Foundation

Charles Butt, H-E-B Chairman and CEO, today announced a personal, $5 million contribution to the Justin J. Watt Foundation’s Houston Flood Relief Fund.

Chinese Billionaire Sues Social Media Accounts Over 'malicious rumors'

One of China's richest men is taking legal action against "rumormongers," accusing them of spreading fake news about him and his company.